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COUNTDOWN TO

RACE DAY

Check out the Cycling Action!

The ROBERT CAMERON LAW CYCLING SERIES presented by Jim Pattison Lexus of Victoria  is one of the most prestigious competitive cycling racing events in Western Canada with over 5000 spectators in attendance and 300+ athletes competing.  The event is the continuation of over 20 years of hosting bicycle race events in Victoria, BC. Since 1992, Victoria has hosted the 1994 Commonwealth Games Cycling events, World Cup Track, Provincial Road and Track Championships, and the Bastion Square Grand Prix, which has spearheaded the carriers of some of Canada’s best cyclists such as Roland Green, Alison Sydor, Brian Walton, Andreas Hestler, Erinne Willock, Rob Britton, Nic Hamilton, Gillian Carlton, Annie Ewart, and Ryder Hesjedal.

 

Results - Russ Hay's Grand Prix / Masters Championships and All Cats.

June 11, 2019

Results - Canadian Masters Road Cycling Championships in Motus Cycling Classic

June 11, 2019

Veloguide Masters TT Championship Photos & Results

June 8, 2019

Veloguide Time Trial Start List Posted

June 7, 2019

Veloguide Partnership

June 6, 2019

Communiqué - June 6, 2019 update on TT Course

June 6, 2019

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VELOGUIDE TIME TRIAL - JUNE 7

MOTUS CYCLING CLASSIC - JUNE 8

SPEED

The Time Trial is a 18 km race Known as the "Race of Truth". Riders race against the clock along the course at  breakneck speeds of up to 60 km/hr.  This year's race will host the Canadian National Masters Time Trial Championships. Whether you are a  novice or expert cyclist, this event  challenges everyone. Come and check out the action  see the  latest technology in  aerodynamic frames, disc wheels, teardrop helmets, and electronic gear shifting.  

 

RACE ITINERARY 

UNCONFIRMED START ORDER

First racer starts at 4:00 pm. (Start times will be posted June 6, 2019

  • M-B Maître / Master 40-49 Homme / Men (Championship)

  • M-D Maître / Master 60 et + Homme / Men (Championship)

  • M-E Maître / Master 30-39 Femme / Women (Championship)

  • M-F Maître / Master 40-49 Femme / Women (Championship)

  • M-G Maitre / Master 50-59 Femme / Women (Championship)

  • M-H Maitre / Master 60 et + Femme / Women (Championship)

  • M-A Maître / Master 30-39 Homme / Men (Championship)

  • M-C Maître / Master 50-59 Homme / Men (Championship)

  • Paracyclist

  • U13/U15 / U17 / U19 GIRLS 

  • U13/U15 / U17 / U19 BOYS 

  • Novice / CAT 4 WOMEN

  • Novice  / CAT 4 MEN

  • CAT 3 MEN

  • CAT 1-2 MEN

  • CAT 1-3 WOMEN

*Start interval will depend on number of total racers. 

** Must have minimum 5 starters in age category to award championship

Click Map Below for Route Details

 

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SPOKES

One of the most popular road race courses in Western Canada in back!  The Metchosin Cycling Classic is a relentless course that will challenge all competitors.  The riders will be racing multiple laps of a ten kilometer circuit starting at Rocky Point Road, followed by a right turn and steep climb up Liberty Road.   Hundreds of spectators are  expected to line both sides of the climb up the Liberty Road climb to cheer on their favorites and to urge the participants to finish this grueling race.

 

RACE ITINERARY 

Start/Finish: Hans Helgesen Elementary School, 4983 Rocky Point Road, Metchosin, BC

 

Wave 1
  • 8:00 am      Masters B (40-49) Men - 11 Laps  110 km

  • 8:08 am      Masters D (60-69+) Men - 7 Laps  70 km

  • 8:15 am      Masters E - F (30-39, 40-49, 50+ ) Women - 7 Laps 70km

Wave 2
  • 12:00 pm    Masters A (30-39 Men) - 11 Laps 110 km

  • 12:03 am    Masters C (50-59 Men) - 9 Laps 90 km

  • 3:00 pm       Approximate finish of Men’s Road Race​

 

 

  

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RUSS HAY'S GRAND PRIX - JUNE 9

SPANDEX

This is the “money” event — where elite and age group riders put everything on the line to claim primes (lap prizes) and cash prizes before a large rowdy crowd, just inches from the action, to be crowned National Masters Criterium Champion.  Racing on a short, fully  enclosed 1km metre loop around the BC Legislature, this European-style event features thrills and spills. Witness the “prime” and finish line sprints at Belleville street, or enjoy a bite to eat or a cup of java at the many “course-side” outdoor cafes along the route. Thousands of spectators line the route each year to watch riders reach speeds of 65 km/hr, side to side, wheel to wheel.  

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RACE ITINERARY